The information below provides a summary of activities in the East Riding of Yorkshire for children and young people:
Get Up & Go
Get Up & Go is a list of activity groups providing non-sporting activities, hobbies and visits to fun and interesting places for children and young people. Use the finder below to find out where your nearest activities are taking place:
Get Up & Go non-sporting activities finder
All groups and activities have been accredited by East Riding (Council For) Voluntary Youth Services (ERCVYS) East Riding Voluntary Action Services (ERVAS) and ERMOS (East Riding Minimum Operating Standards) for all sports, businesses or sole traders.
Sports Club finder
To find out if there is a sports club near you, what sports are available, the ages they are suitable for and how you can join in, visit the sports club finder.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council's leisure centres offer a range of activities ranging from Tumbletime (trampolining and gymnastics for under 5s) to children's swimming lessons, junior tennis and karate. Find your nearest Leisure Centre.
Tracker Packs are a fun way of exploring the countryside across the East Riding. If you are looking for a great family activity when visiting the Yorkshire Wolds Way, then the Tracker Packs are designed for you.
Yorkshire Wolds (external website)
East Riding of Yorkshire Council's libraries offer a range of events for children and young people from 'Bounce and Rhyme story time' sessions to 'Chatterbooks' or Teenage Reading Group'.
Countryside events run a variety of different outdoor adventures such as nature trails, den building and tree planting.
Further information about activities across the East Riding can be found on the events page.
The places to visit page gives you great ideas about days out across the East Riding.
East Riding RSPB Phoenix Group
The East Riding RSPB Phoenix Group is a wildlife and environmental group for young people aged 12–18. It gives you the chance to take part in conservation activities on nature reserves across the East Riding.
You can find out more on the RSPB website:
RSPB - East Riding RSPB Phoenix Group (external website)
Official tourist information from Hull and East Riding
You can find out about a wide range of activities, events and places to go for children (many of which are free) from museums, picnic sites to events such as carnivals on Visit Hull and East Riding:
Visit Hull and East Yorkshire (VHEY) (external website)
To find out about what volunteering opportunities are available to you visit the Do-it website or telephone the ERVAS volunteer centre on (01482) 871077.
Do-it (external website)
Volunteering can be a great way to meet new people, learn new skills and to enhance your CV.
It can give you valuable work experience, the satisfaction of time well spent and it will also be fun and enjoyable!
There is no age limit to volunteering but there can sometimes be difficulties for people under 16 to be placed within volunteering opportunities due to insurance reasons. If you have any concerns, ask the organisation that you are applying to.
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)
If you have a child with special educational needs and disabilities and would like to find out about activities that are disability-specific you can find out more using the East Riding Local Offer website.
If you can't find what you're looking for, please contact FISH on (01482) 396469.